Arctic Cat® has taken the Side by Side industry to new heights in quality and design. It didn’t happen by accident. Arctic Cat product designers are enthusiasts, adventure-seekers and hardworking folks just like you. So when it comes to researching what you want, we pretty much have it down. Download the Wildcat Trail Spec Sheet
This 700cc, 4-stroke, twin-cylinder engine puts out 60+ horsepower, giving this Wildcat the best power-to-weight ratio in its class. Big things do come in a small package.
With a FOX gas-shock double A-arm front and rear suspension, this cat can handle whatever you throw at it. The 10/10.5 inches of travel and front/rear sway bar make getting over obstacles a breeze.
The Power Sport gauge packs one heck of an informational punch. The digital gauge features all the essential operation information indicators: RPMs, speedometer, trip mileage, gear indicator, digital clock and fuel indicator.
True to its namesake, your wheels respond without hesitation – delivering 60-plus horsepower to the ground. In 2WD nothing’s more fun than kicking the back end loose as you power steer through corners. This clutching system is ultra-responsive and super smooth. Plus, it’s built to handle just about anything.
Aggressive feel, but comfortable. That’s what these high-back bucket seats are all about.
Arctic riders prefer to be in control with their on-the-fly 2WD/4WD. Tackle more rugged terrain by locking the front differential with a flick of the switch.
Hang on for the ride of your life. Yeah, there’s a handhold. And it’s right where you want it to be.
We know sometimes you overpack for a day of fun. The rear cargo box carries up to 300 lbs. of whatever you need and has tie-down hooks to make sure it’s properly secured.
Hooking up to your boat trailer, utility trailer, SPEEDPoint™ attachments or whatever you need to haul doesn’t get much easier with this rugged, 2-inch rear receiver.
The Wildcat’s infinitely adjustable tilt steering allows you to position the steering wheel in that “just right” position for any rider.
At 50 inches, this machine qualifies for most class I trails. Don’t let narrow width throw you though. With a riding position 3 inches lower than the competition, it’ll handle like a wider machine.